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DELC: Postgraduate Colloquium 2007

Date: 23 May 2007 Time: 9.30 am

This term sees the return of the annual DELC Postgraduate Colloquium. The event takes place on Wednesday 23rd May (Week 25), from 9.30am onwards, and six DELC postgraduates will present papers on a wide range of topics followed by a complimentary lunch at 1pm. The event will be hosted in the Institute for Advanced Studies, Meeting Room 1. A warm invitation is extended to all staff and postgraduates of DELC to attend this event.

The afternoon will be given over to a round table on identity (re)construction with a position paper on 'Gilbraltarian Identity' from Dr Chris Grocott and Dr Gareth Stockey from the Department of History which is intended to act as a forum for discussion for postgrads from DELC, the university as a whole and the wider postgraduate community.


9.30-10.00 a.m. Aihlin Clark: Migration and communication in a modern Italian context.

10-10.30 a.m. Helena Chadderton: Textual Creation and Social Construction in Marie Darrieussecq's 'Le Bébé'

10.20-11.00 a.m. Maria Pujol-Valls: Bridging the gap between literature for children and adults: Catalan novels since the 1960s


11.30-12.00 Flora Lopez-Bray: Ambivalence within patriarchy in Latin American Women's Writings

12.00-12.30 p.m. Clare Wydell: Heralding Heroes of Olympic Proportion; Commemorating the past, Creating the future in Spanish identity policies


2.00-4.00 p.m. Round Table


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